UW announces short courses.
* The "Hands-on Introduction to Pulp and Paper" series is slated for September 6 to 9, 2006, covering raw materials through coated papers. With morning lectures and afternoon hands-on laboratory work, subjects include: raw materials, pulping, bleaching, stock prep, papermaking, wet end chemistry, pressing and drying, coating and recycling. The cost is US$ 2395.
* "Wet end chemistry for non-chemists" is planned for September 12 to 14, 2006, covering all aspects of wet-end chemistry on a level designed for operators, new process engineers who are not familiar with the paper industry, and sales personnel. Trials will be run on the pilot paper machine. Subjects include: water chemistry, fiber, raw materials and effects, retention and drainage aids, sizing, wet strength, starch, alum and wet end monitoring. The cost is US$ 1050.
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